Sugar Skull Girl with Death’s-head hawk-moth. This illustrated art print is created by Ben Krefta- A professional artist best known for his ‘How to Draw Manga’ art books, which have sold over 1 million copies globally. He specialises in manga, comic and tattoo inspired designs and art.
✔️ Artwork available in Sensational Silk Matt, Glorious Gloss and Mesmerizing Metallic Finishes
✔️ Format: A3 size. 11.7 inches x 16.5″ x 0.01″ / 29.7 cm x 42cm x 0.01cm on heavy weight paper
✔️ Full colour. Printed to edge, super high quality (beware of poor quality, low resolution, pirate knock-off prints sold elsewhere)
✔️ Signed by pro artist Ben Krefta on front (leave a note if you’d prefer it on the back, or none).
✔️ This is a small print run item only available via Ben’s websites.
✔️ Print delivered in a postal tube so that it does not fold or crease.
✔️ Combined shipping discount on multiple Krefta print orders
Please Note: Colours may vary slightly due to printing process
❇️ Wall Décor: Perfect choice for: bedroom, living room, guest room, bathroom, dinning room, meeting room, hallway, coffee house, hotels, inn, shops, lounge, and other spaces of home, office, business etc.
❇️ Perfect Gift Idea: For Birthdays, Christmas, mother’s day, father’s day, valentines, wedding, anniversary, thanksgiving, yourself!
❇️ Unique Art: Each print is individually hand-signed and dated with the year by the artist. Ben’s art is all drawn from the ground up to create a stunning, original design. No stock images, mass-produced, carbon copies, tracings or re-hashed and stolen images here. You’re unique, and the art prints you choose to hang on your walls should be too.
✔️ Select Item Shipping at checkout for Single Print Orders:
📦 £3.50 – UK
📦 £6.00 – EUROPE
📦 £9.50 – USA and Everywhere else
✔️ Select either Flat Rate Shipping or Combined Shipping at checkout for a discount on Multiple art print orders:
For UK Orders: please allow 2-7 days to arrive.
For International Orders: please allow 1-4 weeks to arrive (longer during the Christmas period or from potential Covid-related delays).